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Clean & Disinfect
Home disinfection is a serious concern in this current scenario. It takes lots of efforts and right tools mixed with the right technique to remove dust, dirt and bacteria from the surfaces. Cleaning & disinfecting are two different jobs. The CDC recommends we all do both of things, even if there is nobody in your house is sick

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• Cleaning is about removing pollutant from the surface.
• Disinfecting is about killing microorganism.
• Do both daily after anyone enters or leave your home.

In your home, there are many places that need disinfecting most. Areas like bathroom and kitchen need frequent disinfecting because these two places are frequently used by our guests and yourself.

List down your Home’s High-Touch Areas

According to researchers, COVID19 can live up to 24 hrs on the surface like cardboards, while it can survive up to two or three days on the surface like plastic and stainless steel. So regular cleaning and the disinfecting high-touch area is very important. Every time when an item or individual comes in and out of your home, there is a possibility of exposure.

High-Touch Areas you should clean & disinfect Daily:
• Door Handle
• Faucets and faucet knobs
• Table surface
• Dining table (seat, back and arms)
• Kitchen counters
• Bathroom counter
• Computer keyboard and mouse
• Toilets (seat & handle)
• Electrical appliances switches
• TV remote controls
• Game controllers

Everyone’s house is a bit different from others, so you think accordingly about the surfaces you interact with most. For me, that includes the above, plus my digital gadgets. The most important part here is how you clean and disinfect surfaces

One can first clean than after Disinfect:

1. Clean the surfaces, removing any impurity and dust. You can do this by cleaning spray or use a wet cloth for wiping surfaces.
2. Then apply disinfectant according to the surface. The quick and easy way to do this is by using disinfecting wipes or spray.

By just adding these habits to your daily routine you can lower down the risk of infection for you and your loved ones in your house.

Government of Canada has a full list of Hard-surface disinfectants and hand sanitizers that will kill the novel coronavirus. You can easily find most of these disinfectants online if you can’t find these at your local grocery store. All of these disinfectants had a label that lists the viruses they are effective against, this is what you look out for more than any other active ingredient.

Disinfectants:
• Disinfecting wipes (Clorox, Lysol, or store brand will do)
• Disinfectant spray (Purell, Clorox, Lysol, all make sprays that will work)
• Isopropyl alcohol (also here)
• Hydrogen peroxide

If you can’t find any store to buy Disinfectants, you can always hire Disinfecting Company Like Nuerava Montreal for cleaning and disinfection services for your home and offices
 

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There’s a saying that the kitchen is the heart of a home. It’s true. While we probably spend more time in our bedroom, living room, or even home office, there is no doubt that life, the very nourishment of the family, comes from the kitchen. This makes disinfecting the kitchen a task crucial to your family’s health and well-being.
Hence, allow me to share with you some tips on how to keep your kitchen clean.

First of all, let's define, what are the dirtiest items in your kitchen?
  • The Kitchen Sponge/Cleaning Supplies
  • Cutting Boards
  • Coffee Maker
  • Utensil Tray
Here is how you can make all these germ-magnets of your house safe:
Tips on Disinfecting Your Kitchen and Keeping it Clean
 
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